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CoSE Fiscal Operations Specialist (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Non-Exempt) - Dean's Office, College of Science & Engineering San Francisco
The CoSE Fiscal Operations Specialist provides essential and critical analytical and administrative support to the fiscal operations in the College of Science & Engineering (CoSE), comprised of nine on-campus departments, several on-site centers and two off-site centers. The COSE Business Office manages and monitors account activities in annual state allocated general funds, trust funds and University Corporation funds, and reconciles transactions generated by start-up faculty, college office, laboratories and stockrooms, and COSE departments and centers. The Finance Team in COSE provides professional administrative support to various stakeholders within and outside of COSE so that high-quality teaching and research can be carried out as intended. This position collects, reviews, monitors, and maintains a broad range of fiscal related data for the Dean’s Office as well as assisting with basic office and administrative duties, and assists in checking and reviewing 80+ procurement card monthly reports.
SF BUILD Program Lead (Associate, Academic & Institutional Studies III) - ORSP/Biology/SF BUILD San Francisco
The SF BUILD Program Co-Lead will have two main responsibilities for SF BUILD, (1) to lead SF BUILD administrative efforts and (2) to participate in program dissemination, sustainability and institutionalization efforts. The SF BUILD Program Co-Lead will lead program staff across cores in the planning and implementation of all program activities, budget management, grants reporting, and program policy development and implementation. The SF BUILD Program Co-Lead will also work closely with other SF BUILD Leadership at SF State and UCSF in the strategic planning of SF BUILD efforts, activities, and research studies, specifically assessing student and faculty outcomes from their involvement in inclusive research training and curriculum development. The candidate will also work closely with SF BUILD leadership to negotiate the institutionalization and sustainability of key SF BUILD activities with relevant stakeholders.
Program Services Coordinator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt I) - Disability Programs & Resource Center San Francisco
Under the general supervision of the Associate Director of the Disability Programs & Resource Center (DPRC), the Program Services Coordinator (AA/S I) independently supervises, trains, and manages DPRC reception-area student assistants; serves as the DPRC reception lead for analyzing and addressing problems for walk-in, Zoom and phone inquiries; determines immediate need for student and employee appointments and other courses of action; and covers the DPRC reception-area during regularly scheduled shifts over peak periods and during student assistant absences. The incumbent coordinates the processing and maintenance of confidential student records and data management, as well as supports departmental procurement. The Program Services Coordinator provides back-up support to the campus accessible furniture program, accessible campus cart program, and other office programs as needed.
Compliance Coordinator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Non-Exempt) - Office of Research and Sponsored Program San Francisco
This is a full-time, permanent (probationary) position.
Associate Director of Creative Services (Administrator I) - Strategic Marketing and Communications San Francisco
The Associate Director of Creative Services is a member of the Strategic Marketing and Communications team, an integrated area that leads overall marketing and communications strategy and execution for San Francisco State University for both internal and external audiences. This individual will work with campus stakeholders to identify graphic design needs, audiences, and objectives and evaluate current publications for effectiveness and recommend alternatives when appropriate.
Data and Visualization Analyst (Analyst/Programmer, Career) - Institutional Research San Francisco
The Data/Visualization Analyst will prepare and manage student, faculty, financial data to support quantitative and qualitative research for identifying, analyzing and presenting institutional data trends related to enrollment, retention, graduation, demographics, student outcomes and other measures.
Lecturer Pool, Comparative & World Literature San Francisco
This a pool of part-time lecturers for the department to draw on as necessary. All appointments made from this recruitment are temporary part-time assignments.
Lecturer Pool, Creative Writing San Francisco
This a pool of part-time lecturers for the department to draw on as necessary. All appointments made from this recruitment are temporary part-time assignments.
Lecturer Pool, Liberal Studies San Francisco
This a pool of part-time lecturers for the department to draw on as necessary. All appointments made from this recruitment are temporary part-time assignments.
Benefits Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Non-Exempt) - Office of Human Resources San Francisco
Under the direction of the Associate Director of Benefits, Retirement Services, & Leaves the Benefits Analyst will provide day-to-day administration and technical support for the benefits and leaves areas, including the processing of benefits for employees.
Administrative Office Coordinator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt I) - School of Engineering San Francisco
Since its founding in 1959, the School of Engineering at SF State has been producing engineers that support the Bay Area economy and keep it running. The AOC is the operations manager of the School of Engineering and a chief of staff to the Director of the School of Engineering. The AOC coordinates all aspects of the operations of the School of Engineering, including department budget analysis and projection, the class schedule, hiring of instructors and students, student scholarships and stipends, and coordinating the student assistant and instructional budget; responsibility for analysis of operations, fiscal management, planning and administration of operational system.
Personnel & Credentialing Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt I) - Student Health Services San Francisco
Under the general direction of the Student Health Services (SHS) Director, and with the day-to-day leadership of the Administrative Operations Specialist, the Personnel & Credentialing Analyst is responsible for coordinating all personnel, payroll, and absence management transactions. Incumbent is also responsible for SHS administrative program support as assigned.
Fiscal Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt III) - Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management San Francisco
The Fiscal Analyst serves as the administrative operations analyst/lead for all units within SAEM. The incumbent helps support overall administrative and business service activities of SAEM with a large emphasis on fiscally related tasks for SAEM operations which has a general fund budget of more than $12 million and a non-general fund revenue budget in excess of $14 million.
Registrar's Office Specialist (Student Services Professional II) - Office of the Registrar San Francisco
The Registrar’s Office Specialist is responsible for maintaining student academic records, facilitating students’ ability to register for classes, processing various documents in the student information system, ensuring documents are scanned for future retrieval, and providing information related to registration and records to students, staff and faculty.
College Specialist/Academic Counselor (Student Services Professional III) - Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning San Francisco
The College Specialist provides consistent, accurate, complex, academic counseling services to first-time freshmen, undeclared students, and students in their assigned college. This role is a shared advising position that is split (50/50) between the Undergraduate Advising Center and one of San Francisco State’s colleges. The incumbent collaborates with their assigned college and the Undergraduate Advising Center to improve the communication of advising-related information and to develop systems for delivering cross-campus, coordinated academic advising services.
Undergraduate Coordinator/Assistant to the Chair (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Non-Exempt) - Biology, College of Science & Engineering San Francisco
The Undergraduate Coordinator/Assistant to the Chair plays an essential role in the Biology Department, the largest program on campus. This position is responsible for administering department undergraduate programs, coordinating advising efforts, and creating a welcoming environment for students, staff, faculty, and visitors. This role serves as the first line of communication for all Biology students in both in-person and virtual formats and thus serves as a critical conduit of information from undergraduate students to the Chair and back.
EOS Center Financial Manager (Administrator I) - Estuary & Ocean Science Center / College of Science & Engineering San Francisco
The EOS Center Financial Manager reports to the EOS Center Executive Director and is responsible for fiscal management of the EOS Center and the Romberg Tiburon Campus as well as supervision of administrative staff. The position also serves as the financial liaison for the Romberg Tiburon Campus Facilities Operations Director (Facilities Services) to develop and manage the budget for operation and maintenance of the Romberg Tiburon Campus and EOS Center Core Research and Instructional Facilities. The Financial Manager collaborates with the Executive Director and other internal and external entities in developing strategic initiatives and drafting MOUs; supervises administrative staff program leaders in developing and tracking annual program budgets and ensures staff compliance with SF State business policies and processes.
Building Service Engineer - (Facilities Services - Mechanical Maintenance) San Francisco
The Building Service Engineer is distinguished by the independent and ongoing performance of maintenance and repair work on a wide range of heating, ventilating, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, refrigeration, air conditioning, and water systems. The Building Service Engineer performs work on complex heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning and other mechanical systems. Position makes decisions based upon sound maintenance practice.
Health Communications Coordinator (Public Affairs/Communications Specialist II) - Health Promotion & Wellness San Francisco
With a mission of promoting health equity and developing the capacities for academic, personal, and professional success for all members of the SF State community, Health Promotion & Wellness (HPW) works to positively shift the culture and social norms around health and wellness to increase students’ self-efficacy to make informed health decisions. Under the direction of the Director of HPW and in an ethnically and culturally diverse educational environment, the Health Communications Specialist is responsible for providing strategic direction in developing, implementing, evaluating, and continually improving a broad spectrum of culturally competent evidence-based communication strategies designed to promote healthy behaviors across the campus community, as well as promote positive social change. Strategies will include, but are not limited to public health information communications in multi-mediums, community outreach activities, and health marketing campaign development. The incumbent directly supervises paid and volunteer student peer health leaders and works closely with the HPW team of health professionals, student leaders and clubs, faculty/staff, and other campus stakeholders to promote individual and environmental changes designed to promote health and wellness.
Director, Service Management (Administrator III) - Information Technology Services San Francisco
Reporting to the Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Information Technology Services, the incumbent will lead the Service Management (ITSM) team, which manages campus-wide information technological solutions related to service management, asset management, and change management. The director is also responsible for managing the University ITS help desk.

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